The Women’s Premier League is just around the corner, and there is a palpable sense of excitement in the air as everyone eagerly awaits its commencement. Leading the charge with enthusiasm is our Head Coach, Michael Klinger, who is harboring high hopes of clinching the coveted trophy this season. 

According to Coach Klinger, emerging victorious in crucial moments during matches is the key ingredient for securing titles in the Women's Premier League. He emphasises the significance of maintaining composure and executing plans effectively, especially when the pressure is at its peak, as a single decision can sway the outcome of a T20 game.

Having been deeply involved in franchise cricket for a considerable period, Klinger understands the dynamics of the game. He underscores the importance of clearly defined roles within the team and emphasises the necessity of open communication to ensure seamless execution on the field.

This season, the Women's Premier League is expanding its horizons, with matches being hosted in Bengaluru and Delhi for the first time. Klinger views this as an excellent opportunity not only to showcase talent but also to nurture young cricketers, particularly those from India, who could potentially ascend to higher levels of the sport.

The Gujarat Giants, under Klinger's guidance, boast a well-balanced squad comprising both seasoned veterans and promising youngsters. With solid support from Adani Sportsline in terms of facilities and training, the team is gearing up for their opening encounter against the Mumbai Indians on February 25th in Bengaluru with confidence and determination.

At the helm of the Gujarat Giants is Australian powerhouse Beth Mooney, with Indian all-rounder Sneh Rana serving as her deputy. The coaching staff includes Nooshin Al Khadeer, our bowling coach, and the revered Mithali Raj, our Mentor, lending her invaluable expertise and guidance to the team.